the procharger "314" complete kit for the gt350 will probably do you well. you can opt for the P1X head unit for slightly more, request the 9lb pulley set up, and it'll run on 91 pump with their canned tune. that "314" kit comes with everything you need including DW 1000cc injectors, ngauge, etc. they've recently removed the JMS dual BAP as they said they were able to do tweaks to the tune and it wasnt necessary any longer. you'll probably hit that hp number with that set up and have a very nice driveable car.Hi I am looking to ProCharge my 17 gt350
Should I buy a complete kit or I should get a tuner kit I have a hook a a shop I get it at cost
But what should I buy I am not looking for a 1000 hp just like maybe 750 tire
I have to agree with the purpose of the car. A Shelby GT350 as one of the best balanced Road Course cars you can buy. The only thing I love about Hellcats is the thought they have beating me in a straight away, only to ‘off track’ on the first turn! Added extra horsepower won’t get you around a track much faster, and guarantee it will shorten the life of the cars well balanced design.I'd go buy a hellcat or something comparable if you're simply looking for giant HP. Not the answer you're looking for, but with the way these cars pop stock engines, boosting them seems like a not so great idea. Coupled with the fact that long term reliability will go down, annoying problems like CEL's will go up, any warranty (factory or extended) you may have left will be gone, and your resale will go in the toilet with a car that will be tough to sell at anywhere near what you have in it.
But if it's a forever car, not a daily driver, and you must do it... The stock car is kind of special as a street legal track car for under $75k. It's pretty well thought out by Ford and great at its intended purpose. I don't know if you actually track (road course) the car or not, but if you add an extra 250-300hp, you'll likely need to add more engine/tranny cooling, bigger brakes, and modify the suspension. I've tracked student cars where all they did was add more HP with nothing else to supplement the additional power, and it was a shit show between overheating and brake fade. Just something to consider.